Branch and Bound — Bonus Article — Visualizing the Nodes

Branch and Bound — Bonus Article — Visualizing the Nodes.


Author(s): Francis Adrian Viernes

Originally published on Towards AI.

Using NetworkX Package to Visualize the Branch and Bound Algorithm in Action
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For those coming in from my last two articles, this is the article where we provide some bonus codes to visualize our branch and bound algorithm in action.

The articles in this series are as follows:

Branch and Bound — Introduction Prior to Coding the Algorithm From ScratchBranch and Bound — Coding the Algorithm From Scratch

The background content to understand the following code will be found in those two articles. It will be difficult to understand the code below, without reading the first two articles as we will only discuss the additional codes to add to the… Read the full blog for free on Medium.

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